STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Good Friday — Fri., April 2, 2021; 4:00 p.m.; throughout St. John's campus beginning at the Parish Life Center
The Stations of the Cross (also called the Way of the Cross) is a traditional liturgical devotion commemorating the last day of Jesus’ life. The devotion originated with pilgrims in Jerusalem retracing the traditional steps Jesus is believed to have followed on Good Friday.
All are invited to participate in this inter-generational pilgrimage by attending, coloring a stations page to be turned into a poster, and/or reading scripture at a station (see details below). Please wear masks and continue to keep social distance.
Help us CREATE the stations! On our walk we will be using an offering from Illustrated Ministry, which provides paired illustrations for participants to color or paint. We will have these enlarged and mounted for our walk through the stations. We are looking for folks who love to color (kids and adults!) to create a colorful rendition of at least one of the seven pairs of illustrations (making up the 14 stations). We need these by Friday, March 26.
We are also looking for people to read scripture at each station pair as we walk the campus.